Adam Glinsman will join global macro hedge fund manager Cantab Capital in September as managing partner.
In the new position, Mr. Glinsman will focus on the non-investment side of Cantab's business, confirmed Edward Jenkins, a company spokesman, in an e-mail. These duties have been handled by Ewan Kirk, founding partner, CEO and chief investment officer.
In 2009, Mr. Glinsman retired from long/short equity manager Lansdowne Partners, where he was chief operating officer and partner.
“We are really excited that Adam is joining us because of the decades of experience he brings and the value he will add to our business and investors. Importantly, he is culturally a good fit for a technology-driven financial firm like Cantab,” said Mr. Kirk in a company news release.
As of July 31, Cantab Partners managed $4.6 billion, mostly for institutional investors.